Former Trump chief of staff unleashes on the President to friends

Former Trump chief of staff unleashes on the President to friends 1


Former White House chief of staff, retired Marine Gen. John Kelly, has told friends that President Donald Trump "is the most flawed person" he's ever known.
"The depths of his dishonesty is just astounding to me. The dishonesty, the transactional nature of every relationship, though it's more pathetic than anything else. He is the most flawed person I have ever met in my life," the retired Marine general has told friends, CNN has learned.
The reporting comes from a new CNN special scheduled to air Sunday night, "The Insiders: A Warning from Former Trump Officials," in which former senior administration officials — including former national security adviser John Bolton, former Health and Human Services scientist Rick Bright and former Department of Homeland Security general counsel John Mitnick — explain why they think the President is unfit for office.
Kelly's sentiments about the President's transactional nature and dishonesty have been shared by other former members of the Trump administration who also appear in the special.

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91 Comments on "Former Trump chief of staff unleashes on the President to friends"

  1. “In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.”

  2. Too little too late Kelly, what you a trying to do is cheat history but when you had the oppertunity make a difference you kept quiet.

    • @Allan Maamari. Maybe. However, I’m thinking he saved his opinion until the right moment. When his message could reach Americans directly before the election where they are forced to face their conscious.

    • @R Thomas Clinton said it best when she said Trump does not possess the right temperament to govern.

    • Unknown Variable | October 16, 2020 at 10:15 PM | Reply

      @Abi W LoL the tan suit. I too, often find myself saying, “that was just last month? Feels like a year ago” or “I forgot all about ( insert scandal here)”. Babie in cages denied diapers, attacks on peaceful protesters for a photo op, silence about forced hysterectomies, not to mention his every day mysogyny, racism, divisiveness, and general stupidity. I think we have all lived a lifetime these past four years. On the other hand I have never felt so much pride as seeing so many different people standing together in opposition of the immorality. Im sure it will get worse before it gets better but it helps to know there are thoughtful intelligent allies all around us, wether we know it or not, and tomorrow is a brand new day. Thank you for reminding me of that.

    • @Jo Nunan I left it at (your) to irritate everyone, just to be facetious…. I was annoyingly irritating to read the “oppertunity” word, when that word was the most important word in the sentence…

    • @Abi W nah Obama started many wars, he signed the national defense authorization act that contained detaining people indefinitely without due process or the first 10 amendments. Those are the bill of rights. I even remember what he said when he signed it. “I don’t like it.” But then signed it anyway. So the thing is any law that violates the constitution is annulled as a law. That’s how it works yet the judicial branch took a blind eye to the violation to USA citizens. 🤔 that’s bad if you’re wondering. Anyway that’s why I didn’t vote for that fool a second term. Good speeches. I will give him that one and he did a decent job on the economy even if it was a slow recovery. I give him credit where credit is due but I mean he wasn’t called O’bomba for nothing. Then what happened? Oh yea he has the most deportation of any president. Somehow that narrative seemed to change when…well you know…the left is fake..pat pat…there there….I thought Obama’s biggest slogan should have been “you want to work for the NSA?” Or “how’d you like that honey D_ _ _?” …I had to blank it out. Obama doesn’t swear. 😂

  3. Kelly has zero guts by not saying it directly to the American people.

    • @chameleon habitat The Democrats used Russian’s. you are a fool. wake up.

    • STFU John Kelly served in Vietnam and Iraq and in South America and was in combat. He’s become a general in the has more bravery in his little finger than you’ll ever have in your life.

    • Truth Unfolded | October 16, 2020 at 10:28 PM | Reply

      He came out and said it nevertheless so he has some guts

    • @stan sorensen He displayed great bravery in the military – definitely more than I could – but he’s displayed nothing but cowardice in refusing to uphold his oath to the Constitution and straight out saying publicly what a threat Trump is to our democracy.

    • Anthony Enright | October 16, 2020 at 11:00 PM | Reply

      Kelley is a Perfect example of what a woman should be.

  4. Sunshine Delight | October 16, 2020 at 7:35 PM | Reply

    The GOP would rather destroy our democracy than part with Trump

  5. theBellIsTolling | October 16, 2020 at 7:37 PM | Reply

    Honor? …Anyone? Any gd honor or duty in the Trump WH? No. Hell no. Not a jot or a tittle.

  6. Wish these people weren’t such cowards and come forth and destroy Trump publicly.

    • @Investigative Audit No A bit harsh ! Nature will fix it !!

    • Anyone in Trump’s orbit that comes clean and criticizes him is a target for Trump’s pathological revenge and slander.

    • tomorrow morning | October 16, 2020 at 10:28 PM | Reply

      Kyle # Kyle, Trump is not an antidote
      for any corruption you might find in government. If anything he makes it worse, as just one example by getting you to accept and not care about how much he and his family are profiting off his presidency. You can’t pretend you don’t give him a pass
      on it because you know and I know you do. Flailing around about corruption is meaningless when you not only turn a blind eye to the obvious examples right in front of your face but actually celebrate it. Don’t bother coming back at me with laughable b.s. about him not taking a salary, or alleged examples of anyone else’s “corruption”. I’ll laugh in your face.

    • @tomorrow morning Your comment is nonsensical. Joe and Nancy have been there for 50yrs, they are the reason Trump is now president. And you are to stupid realize it.

  7. History will not be kind to the Trump administration, including Kelly.

    • looking forward into the future, most criticisms will be with caveats WRT the virus and it’s effects. but IMO, that’s no excuse trump was incompetent, lazy, disloyal and an embarrassment as a president and human being WAY before that.

    • Serdar Qedirov | October 16, 2020 at 10:25 PM | Reply

      #Ganja #PrayForGanja #StopArmenianAggression #StopArmenianOccupation #KarabakhisAzerbaijan #DontBelieveArmenia .

    • Chrisgerald byrd | October 16, 2020 at 10:39 PM | Reply

      @Fast Cars Only people mad are clowns like you 😂😂😂😂Joe Biden is yo new daddy😂😂

    • Chrisgerald byrd | October 16, 2020 at 10:41 PM | Reply

      @QUID-PRO-QUO J0E_, Its over for the magat cult time to return to the swamp✌✌✌✌✌✌😂😂😂😂😂

  8. Lady J Faithful | October 16, 2020 at 8:03 PM | Reply

    Flawed is a understatement. Trump is Crazy.

  9. Everblue Freediving | October 16, 2020 at 8:26 PM | Reply

    General Kelly, like the rest of team Trump, has missed his chance to show integrity. Too little, too late.

    • @Ace Maybe you should comment on what you do know. Trump’s behavior and personality are obvious. Kelly said nothing and yet he knows what danger don trump presents. That is what is known. Whatever other aspects of his character exist, and I am sure otherwise he is a decent man, he has still not commented publicly. Bad deeds are not balanced by good. If you know something is imperiling your country adn you choose not to speak out, then you have CHOSEN to not speak out.

      Maybe think on that Ace. Think on what you do know.

    • @xExplosiveMurkx MC stop or I’ll have to have u commited, your babbling nonsense, better to keep still than open your mouth looking like a fool, stay away from the trump koolaid, I hear it’s deadly

    • veronica kashaka | October 16, 2020 at 10:59 PM | Reply

      I agree, the damage is done, There is a remedy of the 25 amendment, this would have saved us from this mad man who is responsible 220,000 deaths by the coronavirus.

    • Kermit T. Frog | October 16, 2020 at 11:04 PM | Reply

      You’d think that a military man would be less of a coward. Obviously, he doesn’t want to make himself a target.


  10. Jim Matterhorn | October 16, 2020 at 8:40 PM | Reply

    THE UN needs to send in observers… We’re hittin’ 3rd world level electoral corruption here, folks.

  11. Certainly trump is the most flawed president we have ever had, so it is not surprising that someone who worked for him for two years feels that way about him personally.

    • bearly traincot | October 16, 2020 at 9:41 PM | Reply

      I was going to say, I don’t have to know him or work with him to tell that he’s deeply flawed.

    • I too think Andrew Jackson was a saint compared to Trump. He was the creator of the Democratic Party after all. If we want racial justice we need men that are of Andrew Jackson’s caliber. Maybe then we will be able to civilize those people.

    • @T W Keyboard cowards always have courage behind a computer in their mothers basement.

    • @Marlon Hester I know right, Dr Delleraman some how thinks Trump is worse than Andrew Jackson. Typical Democrat. I think both suck but Andrew Jackson wrote that blacks were cursed with “a very strong and disagreeable odor” and were incapable of producing art and poetry. And though he said he believed slavery was immoral, he owned slaves and, historians say, carried on a sexual relationship(Not Rape, Since she was his property) with at least one of them, Sally Hemings. If every black slave were ever freed, he wrote, they should be deported since he believed blacks and Whites could not live together peacefully..

    • @T W Check your history again. Especially Pres. Jefferson. And that doesn’t mean Faux, Lumbaugh or Jones.
      Vote blue to save America.

  12. I Believe Mr. Kelly. However he missed his mark.

    • Serdar Qedirov | October 16, 2020 at 10:24 PM | Reply

      Armenia is shelling Azerbaijani cities, located far away from Nagorno-Karabakh warzone, and killing innocent civilians. Isn’t this a state terrorism?

    • Serdar Qedirov | October 16, 2020 at 10:24 PM | Reply

      #Ganja #PrayForGanja #StopArmenianAggression #StopArmenianOccupation #KarabakhisAzerbaijan #DontBelieveArmenia .

  13. About time General Kelly spoke up.Even he couldn’t take it anymore.

  14. “I don’t take any responsibility at all.”
    — Donald Trump, March 13, 2020

  15. The only way that Trump can save his re-election is to lie, cheat and steal it along with the Republican party. Every day gets worse and worse for his odds. Unfortunately this is going to make him increasingly unstable and dangerous. He doesn’t react well to being called out as a failure. It brings up all kinds of daddy issues for him.

    • He is prepared to let red state governors legally challenge close votes & throw Electors to him. He’s going to steal this, folks, & go to his stacked SCOTUS.

    • Educate yourself. Newsmax is good also watch walkaway stories utube. A good documentary source Trump Card🥊💰🤬

    • Trump is a Sociopath we should be prepared for the worst he is becoming increasingly unstable, hes called out hate groups to stand by they are. Insanity and hate plus stupidity this situation needs to be monitored very closely.


    • @Alicia Taylor your stupidity is amazing

  16. Benjamin Perez | October 16, 2020 at 9:17 PM | Reply

    The Republicans made an enormous mistake nominating Trump.

  17. Jeff Slaughter | October 16, 2020 at 9:19 PM | Reply

    tRump doesn’t really know him
    Why didn’t this people come out sooner

  18. My sentiments exactly. I still cant believe he is our president

    What a horrible mistake the American voters had made in 2016.

    • Anthony Enright | October 16, 2020 at 10:56 PM | Reply

      Get Comfortable He Going to Win Again.

    • They bought the snake oil……

    • @Union Solidarity The only realistic way I see of getting a lid on the outsized political power of huge corporations and the morbidly wealthy is to enlarge the SC, and put on it people who will reverse rulings like Citizens United. If that doesn’t happen, the US is an deep trouble. A study was released a year or so ago that said if current trends continue, the top 10% will own ALL of the wealth in the US in just 30 more years (less now). Income inequality is a massive problem, and we have no chance of significantly changing things if we don’t get money out of politics.

    • @Union Solidarity Right now its like forget about peace in the middle east; Id like to see peace in the United States.

    • @Anthony Enright You better get comfortable speaking Russian or Chinese or the next highest bidder.

      Trump going to put more of America up for sale.

  19. SoCal Soil Finder | October 16, 2020 at 10:06 PM | Reply

    When John Kelly says Trump is the most flawed person he’s ever met….

    Imagine the life John has led and the many villains he’s come across during his military career.

    Geezus. If Trump does Win they better pray Twitter cancels his Twitter account. He’s going to be pissed lol

  20. It doesn’t matter how many people come forward, Trump supporters will say Fake News. Their brainwashed nut cases. However, maybe it will help the undecided.

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